PokerNews and PokerAce have come together to bring you a fantastic offer whereby you could be competing in two freerolls that have combined prize pools of more than $5,000 just for signing up to and making a deposit on PokerAce.
PokerNews is proud to add PokerAce, The Asian Online Poker Room, to its list of partners. To celebrate, our companies coming together we are going to run two PokerNews exclusive freerolls.
The first of these freerolls will take place on Nov. 18 at 10 p.m. GMT+8 and will boast a prize pool of $2,500, which is made up of PokerAce Online Series (PAOS) tournament tickets. It will only be open to PokerNews members who create a PokerAce account through Nov. 1 and 15, and will pay the top 50 places, as shown in the table below:
|1||$320 PAOS Ticket|
|2||$215 PAOS Ticket|
|3||$215 PAOS Ticket|
|4||$162 PAOS Ticket|
|5||$162 PAOS Ticket|
|6||$109 PAOS Ticket|
|7||$109 PAOS Ticket|
|8||$109 PAOS Ticket|
|9||$109 PAOS Ticket|
|10-20||$55 PAOS Ticket|
|21-30||$22 PAOS Ticket|
|31-40||$11 PAOS Ticket|
|41-50||$5.50 PAOS Ticket|
As an added bonus, everyone who qualifies for the first freeroll will be awarded a $1.10 PokerAce Online Series tournament ticket that can be used to play a PAOS Micro Event of PAOS Satellite tournament.
The second of the superb freerolls will take place the following week on Nov. 25 at 10 p.m. (GMT+8). Again, this freeroll is only open to PokerNews customers but in order to qualify for the tournament, you must have made a real money deposit on PokerAce from Nov. 1 through 23.
The prize pool for Freeroll 2 stands at $2,580, which will be paid in PokerAce Online Series (PAOS) tournament tickets and shared out among the top 12 finishers. Each of the 12 winners will walk away with a $215 PAOS Ticket.
The PokerAce Online Series (PAOS) will run from Dec. 1 through 9 and will feature no less than 27 events with buy-ins ranging from just $1.10 and increasing all the way up to $320. By getting your hands on one of the PAOS tickets on offer across the two PokerNews-exclusive freerolls, you could potentially win a massive prize in one of the online festival’s events.
When you are competing on PokerAce, there is every chance that you will get to battle it out at the virtual felt with some of poker’s most-respected players. PokerAce has begun assembling a roster of pros to represent them, 2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champion Joe Hachem, the highly talented JC Tran, former WPT Bay 101 Champion Nam Le, and 2012 WSOP October Niner Steve Gee.
Download PokerAce today, make your first deposit and get involved in these two fantastic freerolls!
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